Opolis District Attorney Records Search

See Opolis KS district attorneys and search free public district attorney records District attorneys, prosecuting attorneys and commonwealth attorneys are public officials who represent the state or federal government in legal matters.

Crawford County District Attorney PO Box 69 Girard KS 66743 16.8 miles from Opolis 620-724-6780

Cherokee County District Attorney PO Box 189 Columbus KS 66725 17.1 miles from Opolis 620-429-3836

Jasper County Prosecuting Attorney 601 Pearl Avenue Joplin MO 64801 18.8 miles from Opolis 417-625-4314

Barton County Prosecuting Attorney 114 West 10th Street Lamar MO 64759 21.6 miles from Opolis 417-682-6061

Bourbon County Attorney 108 West 2nd Street Fort Scott KS 66701 34.6 miles from Opolis 620-223-2910

Labette County District Attorney 201 South Central Avenue Parsons KS 67357 35.3 miles from Opolis 620-421-6370

Ottawa County District Attorney 102 East Central Avenue Miami OK 74354 35.3 miles from Opolis 918-542-3224

Newton County Prosecuting Attorney 101 South Wood Street Neosho MO 64850 35.7 miles from Opolis 417-451-8244

Dade County Prosecuting Attorney 300 West Water Street Greenfield MO 65661 42.9 miles from Opolis 417-637-2121

Lawrence County Prosecuting Attorney 240 North Main Street Mount Vernon MO 65712 47.2 miles from Opolis 417-466-2846

Neosho County District Attorney PO Box 889 Chanute KS 66720 51.2 miles from Opolis 620-431-5750

Cedar County Prosecuting Attorney 113 South Street Stockton MO 65785 51.4 miles from Opolis 417-276-6700

Mc Donald Prosecuting Attorney 602 Main Street Pineville MO 64856 53.4 miles from Opolis 417-223-4142

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A district attorney prosecutes cases on behalf of the public. District attorneys manage the prosecutor's office and play a central role in investigating charges, deciding whether to charge someone with a crime, offering plea bargains, and litigating appeals. They also advise parole boards on inmate requests for early release.

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